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Layout and R&D engineers and scholars will worth the excellent, meticulous assurance during this quantity. starting with the fundamental ideas and ideas of aeropropulsion combustion, chapters discover particular tactics, boundaries, and analytical tools as they endure on part layout.

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7Zabetakis, M. S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Mines, Bull. 627, 1965. 8Belles, F. , "Flame Propagation in Premixed Gases," Literature of the Combustion of Petroleum, Advances in Chemistry Series, No. , 1958, pp. 166-186. 9Burke, S. P. and Schumann, T. E. , "Diffusion Flames," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 20, 1928, pp. 998-1004. 1┬░Dryer, F. , 1975. ]1Brokaw, R. S. , "Diffusion Flames," Basic Considerations in the Combustion of Hydrocarbon Fuels with Air, NACA Rept. 1300, 1957, Chap.

Olefins are characterized by the presence of a carbon-carbon double bond as occurs in ethylene. These compounds are suspected of causing gum and stability problems in jet fuels. Aromatics are molecules containing unsaturated ring structures. , FUNDAMENTALS OF COMBUSTION 39 napthalene) in nature. The combustion of aromatic fuels is likely to cause problems associated with carbon particle formation, flame radiation, and exhaust smoke. A final important fuel characteristic from the handling, crash hazard, and tactical vulnerability standpoints is the flash point.

Chemistry in Premixed Flames, Pergamon Press, New York, 1964. Frank Kaminetskii, D. , Diffusion and Heat Exchange in Chemical Kinetics, translated by N. J. Fristrom, R. M. and Westenberg, A. , New York, 1965. Gaydon, A. G. and Wolfhard, H. , Flames, Chapman and Hall, London, 1960. Laidler, K. , "Reaction Kinetics," Homogeneous Gas Reactions, Vol. I, Pergamon Press, New York, 1963. Laidler, K. , New York, 1961. Lewis, B. , Combustion Flames and Explosions of Gases, Academic Press, New York, 1964.

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